Amerikanisches Essen – Der beste Tomatenkuchen in Philadelphia!


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American Food - The Best Tomato Pie in Philadelphia!
I lived two blocks away from here for over twenty years and bought rolls and pizza from Sarcone’s on an almost weekly basis. The pizza starts selling around 11:45am and routinely runs out about 1:30pm or so…Used to be $1 a slice! They make sausage, pepperoni, mushroom, and black olive also. Also one with hot peppers, cheese, and no sauce. You might think you have good rolls nearby, but they are not Sarcone’s….very good consistency and just better than most other cities can make. Philly is Philly and Sarcone’s knows they are the best, so they don’t go out of their way to be friendly…but it’s the heart of the Italian market and the source of many a cheap hearty meal…makes me very nostalgic. The place was always bustling with families and local restaurants picking up shopping bags full of sesame rolls. Thank You for the terrific video with no words, and nothing but the silent production…I always wondered what the baking process looked like in that tiny shop.
The Tomato pie/large rectangular pizza looks exactly like the pizza that my high school used to serve including the pizza sauce recipe of oil, oregano, onion powder, garlic powder, a little salt and sugar mixed into crushed tomatoes, and how the slices were measured using the cutter, except my school bought the par-baked pizza skins/crusts, and used a little bit more cheese and on the vegan ones put thinly sliced tomatoes on top of the sauce. I know this because I worked in the cafeteria for three hours a day and made 40 pizzas every morning for four years

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